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Welcome to Croatia’s beautiful Dalmatian Coast! If you’re looking for a quick getaway from the bustling city of Split, a half-day trip to Trogir is the perfect choice. Located just a 30-minute drive away, Trogir is a charming medieval town that sits on a small island connected to the mainland by a bridge.
With its narrow streets, historic buildings, and ancient fortifications, Trogir is a must-see destination for anyone interested in Croatia’s rich cultural heritage. This half-day trip will take you on a journey through Trogir’s most important landmarks, allowing you to soak up the town’s unique atmosphere and explore its beautiful surroundings.
Join us as we discover the hidden gems of Trogir and uncover the secrets of this ancient town.
Trumbiceva obala 11, Split.
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We will start by leaving Split for Trogir. The distance between Split and Trogir is about 27 km and the journey usually takes around 30 minutes.
Once we arrive in Trogir, we head to the old town. This UNESCO-listed site is home to many historic buildings, including the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the City Loggia, and the Cipiko Palace. You can stroll along the narrow streets, admiring the architecture and soaking up the atmosphere.
A visit to the Kamerlengo Fortress is mandatory. This impressive 15th-century structure was built by the Venetians and provides stunning views of the town and the sea.
After exploring the fortress, head to St. Mark’s Tower. This tower is part of the old town walls and was used as a defense tower in the past. Today, it provides a great vantage point for photos.
The main square in Trogir is a great place to take a break and enjoy a coffee or a snack. It’s surrounded by historic buildings and has a charming atmosphere.
Later we head to the Green Market. Here, you can find fresh fruit, vegetables, and other goods.
The Riva is Trogir’s waterfront promenade, and it’s a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the views. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants along the way, so you can stop for a drink or a meal if you like.
After you’ve seen the main attractions, it’s time to head back to Split.
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